YouTube Training Tips Channel

FasCat is turning 15th this Memorial Day (2018) so we decided to start a YouTube Training Tips Channel! Our goal is to share training tips that you can use on your next ride:
Our training tips youtube channel will concentrate on our core coaching philosophy from the training tips we've written about the past 15 years. Stalwart subjects like:
  • Sweet Spot
  • Power Based Training
  • Intervals
  • Gravel
  • Cyclocross
  • Off Season Training
  • Training Plan Design
  • Nutrition and Weight Loss

to name a few...

Please subscribe and leave a comment if you'd like to learn about a particular topic. We want your input! Future episodes will cover recovery techniques, how to use your powermeter to perform intervals properly, proper training plan design, "Winning in the Kitchen" and of course sweet spot training [especially the original freestyle sweet spot workout]. Also stay tuned for a "How to do a Gravel Simulation Ride" as I prepare for the Crusher in the Tushar this Summer. Copyright © 2019 FasCat Coaching - all rights reserved.

Join our *FREE* Athlete Forum to nerd out with FasCat coaches and athletes about your FTP, race data, power based training, or anything related to going fast on the bike!

Frank Overton started FasCat Coaching 15 years ago this Memorial Day way back in 2003! Over the past 15 years he has written over 70 training tips that are the core of FasCat's coaching philosophy. To talk with Frank or a FasCat Coach fill out our New Athlete Questionnaire to set up a Coaching Consultation or browse over 70 training plans using the same coaching methodology and training plan design as the philosophy above! 

About Frank Overton

Frank founded FasCat Coaching in 2002 and has been a full time cycling coach since 2004. His educational background includes a Masters degree in Physiology from North Carolina State University, pre-med from Hampden-Sydney College. Frank raced at a professional level on the road and mountain bike and currently competes as a "masters" level gravel and cyclocrosser. Professionally Frank comes from medical school spinal cord research and molecular biotechnology. However, to this day it is a dream come true for Frank to be able to help cyclists as a coach.

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